Italian Maria Teresa de Filipis had a short but successful career in motorsports, which opened up the opportunity for her to become the first woman to drive a car in Formula One.
Archivo de etiqueta: Women in sports
Billie Jean King
The name of Billie Jean King could be familiar to many; this Californian established herself as one of the legends of tennis. However, her legacy isn’t limited to the courts. career, but especially her fight and the impact she has had thus far, let’s review her story.
Women’s football: Forbidden
The history of women’s football has a time of which we know almost nothing: the period of prohibition.
Eunice Kennedy Shriver
Eunice Kennedy Shriver is a global reference in the fight for the rights and inclusion of people with learning challenges. In this way, sport became the tool par excellence to achieve it; thus the Special Olympics were born.
We will learn more about the rules and the history of this discipline that seeks to grow internationally.
Almudena Cid Tostado
Almudena participated in four rhythmic gymnastics Olympic finals and has her own movement. This is her story.
Reviewing the history of Florence Griffith, controversy always jumps around the medals and records that keep her, even 30 years later, as the fastest woman in the world.
In Paris 1900, Charlotte Cooper became the first female olympic champion. However, It ‘s important to note that Charlotte’s achievements are not limited to the Olympics Games: she had an extensive and successful sports career.
The Heraean Games
16 women, this is the beginning of the story of organized women’s sports.